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Browsing the "Sweet Little Machine" Tag

2017 Crew Review: Iain Purdie (Mosh) – Da Boss

Good grief, where do I start? At the time I’m drafting this, this year we have published 2098 articles of which 388 are album reviews and 228 are live reviews. We’ve covered stadium fillers like Guns N’ Roses and bands [...]

December 28, 2017 Features

Review: Sweet Little Machine – Monsters

I first encountered Sweet Little Machine as they opened for Patent Pending earlier this year and, frankly, they blew me away. And the wife. And our eldest. Simply put, they were ideal openers for the liveliest, funniest pop-punk band out [...]

October 5, 2017 Album Reviews

Video Roundup: Felix Hagan & the Family, Coffin Carousel, Noise From Nowhere, King Parrot, Sweet Little Machine, The Dust Coda

A smattering of songs to tide you through the remainder of the afternoon… Felix Hagan & the Family – “Hey I Want You” Theatrical punks Felix Hagan & The Family have released the video for their new single “Hey I [...]

September 20, 2017 Videos

Win a chance to play the Fireball tour

Academy Events in association with Fireball are extremely pleased to announce a return of the open call for local bands to play their respective hometown date on this year’s ‘Fireball – Fuelling The Fire Tour’, joining a bill that already [...]

August 4, 2017 News

Review: Sweet Little Machine – War

My first encounter with Sweet Little Machine was in the run-up to the recent Patent Pending tour, during which they released a new track (“Hurricane”). I only caught a little bit of their set at the Glasgow gig, which is [...]

May 1, 2017 Album Reviews

Patent Pending / Eternal Boy / Sweet Little Machine – Glasgow King Tut’s, 18th April 2017

When Patent Pending roll into town you know you’re in for a good night’s entertainment. Not only the ever-bouncy headliners, but the bands they bring with them are almost always every bit as good. Keeping up the standards of tours [...]

April 20, 2017 Gig Reviews